The onld pokemon games were amazing, but also didn't try to show off. They were simple and fun little games that many people now can program in visual basic or flash. There's this whole retro factor I could get into but I won't.
Step in the corridinance gen, making a big leap to the console; 3D.
3D is now going to make the leap to more professional looking graphics and not the retro chram the others had. Here inlays the problem:
The game is going to look bad to the eyes of critics because of it's lack of solitude that fits the standards of todays gaming.
What I mean is, Pokemon wants to keep it's basic style, but by them going 3D, unless they really go all out and have anime cutscenes, rotational camera, anime 3D fights, then it will look like a basic 3D element added to a simple game and give the illusion this will be a bad game.
Now I could get into the retro factor, or how good graphics =/= good game, but I won't. We're gamers, but there's a new term on what a gamer is. It has been accecpted into socity, and it no longer means what we think it means. Most "gamers", are people who play the most top gen stuff for the best graphics.
Nintendo making the 3Ds is proof that most gamers are wanting better graphics.
Therefore, to conclude, pokemon better show off some clean and clear eye candy, or it will not be good.
#2wahaha911Posted 4/16/2013 2:50:34 PM
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